2018/03/08: As a parent, you might walk past your child’s room and see her happily typing away on a Google Docs page. “Lovely!” you think. “She’s probably working on her science report or finishing up her essay on the rise of RBG.”
Or, she could be in a secret chat room.
If you're going to fall, injure yourself and need help, where is a good place to do it? Should you choose a busy thoroughfare or a deserted backstreet? Statistics and experiments in social psychology will
<p>A while ago I asked Italian blogger <a href="http://www.linkedin.com/in/francescasanzo">Francesca
Sanzo</a> if she was interested to meet via Skype, to exchange ideas. The result was, if I may say so, interesting in a much more general way than I had imagined. For clarity, I've reformatted and synthesized our talks in two parts: the first presents Francesca's background and work. The second sums up her answers on cyberbullying, which impressed me because, even if I had sent the questions <em>weeks</em> before, by <strong>pure chance</strong> the actual conversation took place only hours after the Sandy Hook tragedy.</p>